Fundraising to make a difference for Hawai‘i in partnership with the community.

Eia Hawaii Fund has the potential and desire to help amazing nonprofits that are vital to the local communities in the State of Hawai‘i.

By combining our energy, resources and efforts with the incredible work performed every day by our nonprofit partners, we have the opportunity to create a better future for the next generation.

Our aim is to advance the cause for early childhood education, arts, culture, and the preservation of Hawai‘i’s heritage and the environment, through fundraising and global development activities and partnerships with key local nonprofits. We believe this will allow us the joint opportunity to positively impact Hawai‘i and its future generations.

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Eia Hawai‘i Festival

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Are you ready for two whole days of family-friendly fun, frolics and festivities? The Eia Hawai‘i Festival is just what you’ve been waiting for, created to celebrate Hawaiian history, culture and tradition and reminding visitors of the amazing landmarks, talent and acts that reside in our stunning state.

 

Our unique, immersive non-profit festival aims to raise over $1m for the Eia Hawaii Fund. This money will be put to good use, investing in local education, arts and culture, heritage and environmental protection, with the intention of creating a brighter future for the next generation.

 

So, join us in Honolulu in the Summer of 2019 for an experience you will never forget!

Some of our Programs

Keiki Summer Program

3-week summer “Steps to Kindergarten” program to prepare children for the transition to kindergarten with the goal of exciting children about education and increasing their receptivity to school from the first day and beyond.

Holly J. Stevenson Arts Grants

Eia Hawaii Fund supports artists in Hawaii working in the fields of music, theater, and the visual arts. With a specific focus on native Hawaiians and women, in recognition that their work is still under-represented in mainstream culture. Eia Hawaii Fund will provide both direct awards to artists and grants to arts organizations for their support of artists.

Historical Site Preservation

Preservation effort aimed at historic buildings, cultural objects, and communities and sites integral to the history of Hawaiʻi and at risk of deterioration, while promoting these landmarks for their cultural and architectural significance to the Hawaiian land and cityscapes. With over 90 historical sites still listed as “Endangered Historical Places,” Hawai’i is at great risk of losing substantial elements of its history.

Coastal & Oceanic Education Program

Educating the public on marine debris and other pressing environmental issues. The program will deliver educational presentations to schools, community groups, businesses and organizations around Hawai‘i that bring to light the effects of rubbish on our marine environment and motivate communities to work on simple solutions to address it.

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Latest News

Eia Hawaii Fund and Nascent Vek announce plans for exciting new interactive festival in 2020

Honolulu, Hawai‘i – July 30, 2018 (newswire.com) – After announcing their new collaboration together, Eia Hawaii Fund and Nascent Vek are pleased to announce their plans to launch a brand-new…

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Eia Hawaii Fund Teams Up With Consulting Firm Nascent Vek

HONOLULU, July 23, 2018 (Newswire.com) – ​​Non-profit Eia Hawaii Fund (EHF) is thrilled to announce their new partnership with international consultant firm Nascent Vek. Established to fund programs that encourage preservation…

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